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Nov
22

iDiots

“Don’t take the message too seriously. This is a promo video we created to laugh at ourselves. We all have an i-diot inside.”

London-based music clubbing and electronic dance music producer Ministry of Sound collaborated with Nissan and they created the world's loudest on the road sound system – the Nissan Juke Box.

The technical know-how for the Juke Box comes from sound experts Martin Audio, who designed and built the current system in the infamous ‘Box’ – the main room in Ministry of Sound’s London home.
Martin Audio to create a 150 decibel, 18,900W sound system sound system which is said to be louder than a jumbo jet in take-off. The limited edition car is available only in Metallic Black or Solid White colors, with all models coming equipped with standard 17-inch white alloy wheels. The car comes white door handles, white mirror caps, B-pillars finished in high-gloss black and a unique Ministry of Sound badge.
All Juke with Ministry of Sound buyers will receive an exclusive “Music Pack,” the pack includes a white 8GB Apple iPod touch, pre-loaded with Nissan and Ministry of Sound video and photo content.
Production of the "Juke with Ministry of Sound" will be limited to just 3,000 cars in Europe with the UK getting 250 of those and Germany 400.

Let's get loud!

How do Paris and New York compare? Wonder no more with this animation based on Vahram Muratyan's book, Paris vs New York (parisvsnyc.blogspot.com).
A one-minute video comparing Paris to New York.


A friendly visual match between two cities told by
a lover of Paris wandering through New York.
Details, clichés, contradictions: This way, please.

Remembering the Titanic Anniversary, the 100th anniversary of the Titanic sinking. James Cameron and his team pull together a new CGI of how they believe the TItanic sank and reached the ocean floor.

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This short movie by Lernert & Sander is our “Happy Easter” to our readers

 

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So I figured I'd do a history of April Fools day, or All Fools day as it is called in some countries. Turns out that we aren't exactly sure what started it. The popular theory is that it came about because of the calendar change in France. Before the newfangled Gregorian calender they celebrated New Years on the 1st of April. When the calendar changed they moved it to Janurary 1st. Due to a lack of communication tools a lot of people didn't hear about this change, so they were labeled "fools" and people made fun of them. This turned into a day of making fun of fools and then was adopted by other countries.

However, England was already celebrating it and they didn't switch calendar systems until about 200 years later. There were already several other holidays around the time of April that involved pranking and having fun.

Whatever the origin is, there is no doubt that it's a day that many people enjoy and look forward to.

Would you like to travel back in time and explore all wonderful, bizarre, utopian, and otherwise fascinating predictions of the future? Watch the videos.Do you like it? The PaleoFuture blog  has many similar concept videos.

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Here is a fantastic short video by Vladimir Vorobyov titled 'Life of Flowers.

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Today, March 22, is a big day for Angry Birds fans. Are you ready for Angry Birds Space? Good, because a new trailer for Rovio's intergalactic adventure has landed ahead of the app's blast off today.Angry Birds Space will come with 60 new levels, new powers and new birds.The app will be out for PC, Apple and Android devices. Checkout the new Angry Birds Space trailer to view one of the main characters.

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Super Sexy CPR or, the best CPR education you'll ever get. Super Sexy CPR, a top of the line advertisement for Canadian brand Fortnight Lingerie.

 

 

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Patrick Peris has created a truly excellent video mashup of famous confrontation and action scenes. Confrontation Mashup is an extremely violent supercut of movie characters who've had enough and aren't going to take it any more.

To celebrate its 165th anniversary the legendary French jewelry house Cartier is releasing an epic mini-film today. The Odyssey of Cartier directed by Bruno Aveillian, has been two years in the making. Shot on location in Prague, in Spain & in Paris (at the famed Cartier store on 13 Rue de la Paix), but also with recreations of locations in India, Russia and China…

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